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    Daniel Deronda []  2020-1-25 9:52

    Excellent, attractive novel. And the inspiration to zionist ideas

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    Daniel Deronda []  2020-1-25 9:52

    Amazing read by george eliot who also wrote the classic mill on the floss, a finely tune dramatic romance very much of its time and none the worse for it!

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    Daniel Deronda []  2020-1-25 9:52

    This was a difficult book to place down. The globe she portrays here has not changed much. Characters like Gwendolyn in the beginning of the novel seem quite simple to imagine today.

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    Daniel Deronda []  2020-1-25 9:52

    I am thrilled to search this on Kindle; I loved the TV series back in 2002, which launched British actor Hugh Dancy's career. This is a excellent method to have fun George Eliot's classic: sumptuously formatted and extremely well priced.

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    Daniel Deronda []  2020-1-25 9:52

    Juliet Stevenson is a terrific narrator! I am enjoying this book immensely.

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    Daniel Deronda []  2020-1-25 9:52

    I need to begin by stating that George Eliot is my favorite author, period. The reason I need to emphasize that point is that although I love all of her traditional novels, this novel is not going to suit the taste of every reader. It is classic Victorian Literature and like fashion, is very stylistic and sadly, has gone out of style. This novel is very lengthy and there are passages that are quite elegant and sophisticated.I read this novel on Kindle and listened on audiobook. There were numerous passages that I had to read and listen to, two and three times. There are numerous references to other historical figures, historical moments, works of art, other literature that create this, to me, the "deep end of the pool". I normally read George Eliot in complete silence and commit my full e novel is set primarily in England in the nineteenth century. As with a lot of such lengthy novels, there are numerous plots and subplots that link together. There are romantic entanglements. There is also a story line about the Jewish Faith, and in fact is considered by a lot of to be a monumental story about the Jewish Faith in Victorian Literature. As is typical with Victorian Literature, and is an absolute rule in a George Eliot novel, there is no vulgarity or obscenities.I have read and listened to this this particular novel three times over the span of a lot of years. There are numerous audiobooks. My private favorite narrator is Nadia the happening that one wishes to begin with a somewhat more accessible novel by George Eliot, I would begin with her third novel, "Silas Marner". Her first and second novels, "Adam Bede" and "The Mill on The Floss" are also perfect and accessible, but are on the lengthy side. "Middlemarch" is considered by a lot of to be her masterpiece. I love them all...She also wrote some perfect short stories. My private favorite short story is "Janet's Repentance", which is more novella length than a short story, but touches on, among other things, domestic violence and alcohol abuse. It is very readable, and extremely sensitive, but much longer than a modern short summary, I love this novel. It is not an simple read. If I was going to read only one novel by George Eliot and for entertainment purposes only, this would not be my pick. Thank You...

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    Daniel Deronda []  2020-1-25 9:52

    Another one of those 19th century novels about rich and leisured people who suffer all sorts of emotional undulations due to their having too small of anything useful to do.DD is not nearly as brilliant as Middlemarch by Eliot. Indeed I found the latter half of the novel somewhat tedious and pompous. The early parts are brilliant and engaging especially the depiction of the hero of Gwendolen and her misfortunes. With the appearance of Mirah the story and exposition become ethereal and evanescent—disappearing into wisps of religious and moral nonsense. Being Jewish myself, I did not search the Jewish mystical BS at all edifying—quite the opposite. (I feel that I cannot add much to this review without too a lot of spoilers. I have the silly fantasy that some might actually read my review antecedent to reading the novel, and thus looking for advice. Basically my tip is to skip it unless you’re working on a Ph.D. in English lit.)Two necessary lessons to be learned from this novel: 1) diversify your investments and 2) wear a life jacket when sailing in a little boat.

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    Daniel Deronda []  2020-1-25 9:52

    Don't this horrible book, or maybe I should say "book". It is a cheap, unreadable digitized ver of an 1876 edition. At 11 lines of text per inch, the blurry 6 point type is too densely packed to be read comfortably without a magnifying glass. Some of the pages came out printed at a slant. BiblioLife must know what a not good product this is. If you had the book in front of you and could look at the pages you would never it. Of course when you see it online it looks like a normal book. In reality it is useless.

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    Daniel Deronda []  2020-1-25 9:52

    Only received vol 2 of 3.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    I got this for my students but it's been very helpful to myself as well and is very up to date. Honestly, it's probably best that my education never got around to covering Vietnam since so much has been propaganda. We now know what really happened and if you care to search out you can read this book, then read all the references it cites that you search of interest.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    It helped to clarify a lot of info from that time period - before, during & after the Vietnam War. And some things that I did not know previously!

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    I have enjoyed all of Sheinkin's books, but this was an impressive feat. He managed to create a very complicated series of happenings not only simple to follow, but compelling. I couldn't place it down until I finished at 2 am. Although I can remember living through most of that history, Sheinkin place happenings into a larger perspective and clarified my understanding. The misdeeds of a lot of people are evident in this history, but without demonizing anyone. Each historical figure is three dimensional, amazing and poor both apparent. I highly recommend it. It is most suitable for middle and high school students, but adults will search it informative and well-written, with an extensive bibliography. Obtain it. Read it. Share it. Our young need to learn the lessons of the past in to with the future, and Sheinkin' s entertaining and thought-provoking works are excellent for that.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    I have enjoyed all of Sheinkin's books, but this was an impressive feat. He managed to create a very complicated series of happenings not only simple to follow, but compelling. I couldn't place it down until I finished at 2 am. Although I can remember living through most of that history, Sheinkin place happenings into a larger perspective and clarified my understanding. The misdeeds of a lot of people are evident in this history, but without demonizing anyone. Each historical figure is three dimensional, amazing and poor both apparent. I highly recommend it. It is most suitable for middle and high school students, but adults will search it informative and well-written, with an extensive bibliography. Obtain it. Read it. Share it. Our young need to learn the lessons of the past in to with the future, and Sheinkin' s entertaining and thought-provoking works are excellent for that.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    When Steve Sheinkin writes a book, it. Don't wait for reviews. Just it. With every fresh release my esteem for Sheinkin's meticulous research and unfailing ability to relate the heart of a matter and the info in a fascinating narrative that reads like the finest fiction. I am well-educated and read widely, but most of the info in this work was fresh to me. I was in junior high when Johnson escalated the battle in Vietnam. The names Daniel Ellsberg and Pentagon Papers vaguely rang a bell in my memory, but that was it. I knew virtually nothing of the details. Sheinkin enlightened me, shocked me, and challenged my assumptions with this book. What more could you ask?

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    I was a little kid when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon papers so I really didn't know anything about it. My father is a Vietnam vet who served bravely. It makes me so angry to read about all the lies that perpetuated that war. It took my dad away for a year of our lives, and took a lot of away forever, and for what!? Politics!This is well written and still relevant today in light of what Edward Snowden did. Definitely well worth reading.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    A mate highly recommended this book so I bought it and read it. To me, it was one of the more self-serving books on someone I've read and I read a lot. To create Daniel Ellsberg out to be this angel of a guy willing to die on his sword is a bit much for me. I found parts of it untrue like him serving with the Marines in the Mekong Delta where Marines were never fighting in the entire war. Ellsberg planned his betrayal from the beginning.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    The deception, lies and deceitfulness expressed by our President, military leaders and high level senior officials will literally bring your confidence in our political system to its lowest ebb. These are not innuendos, nor spurious opinions. The facts are borne out by 1000's of pages of official documentation and reports from folks actually on the ground observing the chaos of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon Papers tell was admitted early on that not only was this a battle that couldn't be won, but it was a battle that the native people of Vietnam didn't want. They didn't care whether they were north or south, they simply wanted the fighting to stop and create things the method they were. The early South Vietnamese government officials were as corrupt as a sidewinder snake in the Mohave tDessert. There was more American currency being floated in the south than could be spend in a lifetime. Why place a stop to the gravy train?Well the respond is easy. If our government was willing to sacrifice another American life in a battle they could never win, then the President, Chief Of Staff and every congressional member should be placed as point personnel and allow them war the amazing fight. Let's see how they would feel after a day of combat on the point. Chances are they wouldn't be feeling a thing since they would have been shot the first 10 mins of the combat.Absolutely disgusting for all reasons and intent and purposes. Read the Pentagon Papers. Talk to veterans and obtain their take on our efforts and the reasons for such. Ask me, I was one of the soldiers thrown into the Vietnam War. There was no amazing reason for being over there then and there is no amazing reason for being anywhere now in a battle we can never win. Read on and then decide for yourself. As John dams was quoted, "facts are stubborn things."

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    The deception, lies and deceitfulness expressed by our President, military leaders and high level senior officials will literally bring your confidence in our political system to its lowest ebb. These are not innuendos, nor spurious opinions. The facts are borne out by 1000's of pages of official documentation and reports from folks actually on the ground observing the chaos of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon Papers tell was admitted early on that not only was this a battle that couldn't be won, but it was a battle that the native people of Vietnam didn't want. They didn't care whether they were north or south, they simply wanted the fighting to stop and create things the method they were. The early South Vietnamese government officials were as corrupt as a sidewinder snake in the Mohave tDessert. There was more American currency being floated in the south than could be spend in a lifetime. Why place a stop to the gravy train?Well the respond is easy. If our government was willing to sacrifice another American life in a battle they could never win, then the President, Chief Of Staff and every congressional member should be placed as point personnel and allow them war the amazing fight. Let's see how they would feel after a day of combat on the point. Chances are they wouldn't be feeling a thing since they would have been shot the first 10 mins of the combat.Absolutely disgusting for all reasons and intent and purposes. Read the Pentagon Papers. Talk to veterans and obtain their take on our efforts and the reasons for such. Ask me, I was one of the soldiers thrown into the Vietnam War. There was no amazing reason for being over there then and there is no amazing reason for being anywhere now in a battle we can never win. Read on and then decide for yourself. As John dams was quoted, "facts are stubborn things."

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    I got this for my students but it's been very helpful to myself as well and is very up to date. Honestly, it's probably best that my education never got around to covering Vietnam since so much has been propaganda. We now know what really happened and if you care to search out you can read this book, then read all the references it cites that you search of interest.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    Were it not true, this story could read like a comedy. One gets the sense that Daniel Ellsberg's interaction with Vietnam is almost a Forest Gump-like experience. He pops up everywhere, on all sides, for a dozens of reasons, all of which culminate in his understanding of how wrong our nation had gone for decades...and the ultimate release of the Pentagon e writing and pacing of this book is superb: just enough detail is provided to tell the story, but it does not obtain mired down in minutia. Instead, we advance to the next scene of the story from the perspective of a transnational interloper who just by happenstance is the person most poised to understand the real nature of our nation's interaction with is book is an simple read covering a complex series of issues: war, secrecy, bureaucracy, politics, Watergate, journalism, and presidencies. It does so with such ease that I will without equivocation recommend it to my students.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    Daniel Ellsberg is the true deal. Informed by his experiences in the Marines, in Vietnam, and in Government, and driven by conscience, the once consummate cold fighter becomes perhaps the most courageous and effective activist in the struggle to bring US actions during the Vietnam Battle into real focus and to an end. As a Veteran of two tours in Vietnam, I absolutely loved this book.Dave Calkins, Master Sergeant,US Army, Retired

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    I was a little kid when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon papers so I really didn't know anything about it. My father is a Vietnam vet who served bravely. It makes me so angry to read about all the lies that perpetuated that war. It took my dad away for a year of our lives, and took a lot of away forever, and for what!? Politics!This is well written and still relevant today in light of what Edward Snowden did. Definitely well worth reading.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    I was a little kid when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon papers so I really didn't know anything about it. My father is a Vietnam vet who served bravely. It makes me so angry to read about all the lies that perpetuated that war. It took my dad away for a year of our lives, and took a lot of away forever, and for what!? Politics!This is well written and still relevant today in light of what Edward Snowden did. Definitely well worth reading.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    When Steve Sheinkin writes a book, it. Don't wait for reviews. Just it. With every fresh release my esteem for Sheinkin's meticulous research and unfailing ability to relate the heart of a matter and the info in a fascinating narrative that reads like the finest fiction. I am well-educated and read widely, but most of the info in this work was fresh to me. I was in junior high when Johnson escalated the battle in Vietnam. The names Daniel Ellsberg and Pentagon Papers vaguely rang a bell in my memory, but that was it. I knew virtually nothing of the details. Sheinkin enlightened me, shocked me, and challenged my assumptions with this book. What more could you ask?

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    The story behind the leaking of the Pentagon papers. It took courage, it exposed the duplicity of the government of the United States especially at the presidential level. A must read if you care about democracy.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    Were it not true, this story could read like a comedy. One gets the sense that Daniel Ellsberg's interaction with Vietnam is almost a Forest Gump-like experience. He pops up everywhere, on all sides, for a dozens of reasons, all of which culminate in his understanding of how wrong our nation had gone for decades...and the ultimate release of the Pentagon e writing and pacing of this book is superb: just enough detail is provided to tell the story, but it does not obtain mired down in minutia. Instead, we advance to the next scene of the story from the perspective of a transnational interloper who just by happenstance is the person most poised to understand the real nature of our nation's interaction with is book is an simple read covering a complex series of issues: war, secrecy, bureaucracy, politics, Watergate, journalism, and presidencies. It does so with such ease that I will without equivocation recommend it to my students.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    I was a little kid when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon papers so I really didn't know anything about it. My father is a Vietnam vet who served bravely. It makes me so angry to read about all the lies that perpetuated that war. It took my dad away for a year of our lives, and took a lot of away forever, and for what!? Politics!This is well written and still relevant today in light of what Edward Snowden did. Definitely well worth reading.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    A mate highly recommended this book so I bought it and read it. To me, it was one of the more self-serving books on someone I've read and I read a lot. To create Daniel Ellsberg out to be this angel of a guy willing to die on his sword is a bit much for me. I found parts of it untrue like him serving with the Marines in the Mekong Delta where Marines were never fighting in the entire war. Ellsberg planned his betrayal from the beginning.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    The deception, lies and deceitfulness expressed by our President, military leaders and high level senior officials will literally bring your confidence in our political system to its lowest ebb. These are not innuendos, nor spurious opinions. The facts are borne out by 1000's of pages of official documentation and reports from folks actually on the ground observing the chaos of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon Papers tell was admitted early on that not only was this a battle that couldn't be won, but it was a battle that the native people of Vietnam didn't want. They didn't care whether they were north or south, they simply wanted the fighting to stop and create things the method they were. The early South Vietnamese government officials were as corrupt as a sidewinder snake in the Mohave tDessert. There was more American currency being floated in the south than could be spend in a lifetime. Why place a stop to the gravy train?Well the respond is easy. If our government was willing to sacrifice another American life in a battle they could never win, then the President, Chief Of Staff and every congressional member should be placed as point personnel and allow them war the amazing fight. Let's see how they would feel after a day of combat on the point. Chances are they wouldn't be feeling a thing since they would have been shot the first 10 mins of the combat.Absolutely disgusting for all reasons and intent and purposes. Read the Pentagon Papers. Talk to veterans and obtain their take on our efforts and the reasons for such. Ask me, I was one of the soldiers thrown into the Vietnam War. There was no amazing reason for being over there then and there is no amazing reason for being anywhere now in a battle we can never win. Read on and then decide for yourself. As John dams was quoted, "facts are stubborn things."

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    I got this for my students but it's been very helpful to myself as well and is very up to date. Honestly, it's probably best that my education never got around to covering Vietnam since so much has been propaganda. We now know what really happened and if you care to search out you can read this book, then read all the references it cites that you search of interest.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    This is my first Amazon book review, but I felt compelled to write one for this book. Steve Sheinkin has done a amazing job of synthesizing a large amount of information, often with contradictory perspectives, and his book is both historically accurate and an exciting read. I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of their age, who wants to understand the history of the Pentagon Papers. As a matter of full-disclosure, I am not exactly unbiased. Daniel Ellsberg is my father and I lived through the happenings described by the book (I was 10 years old when my brother Robert and I helped Dad copy the Pentagon Papers and was 14 by the end of the trial.) I am used to finding annoying and sloppy mistakes in nearly every acc I've ever read of this period, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the even-handedness and meticulous accuracy of the book.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    I got this for my students but it's been very helpful to myself as well and is very up to date. Honestly, it's probably best that my education never got around to covering Vietnam since so much has been propaganda. We now know what really happened and if you care to search out you can read this book, then read all the references it cites that you search of interest.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    I was a little kid when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon papers so I really didn't know anything about it. My father is a Vietnam vet who served bravely. It makes me so angry to read about all the lies that perpetuated that war. It took my dad away for a year of our lives, and took a lot of away forever, and for what!? Politics!This is well written and still relevant today in light of what Edward Snowden did. Definitely well worth reading.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    When Steve Sheinkin writes a book, it. Don't wait for reviews. Just it. With every fresh release my esteem for Sheinkin's meticulous research and unfailing ability to relate the heart of a matter and the info in a fascinating narrative that reads like the finest fiction. I am well-educated and read widely, but most of the info in this work was fresh to me. I was in junior high when Johnson escalated the battle in Vietnam. The names Daniel Ellsberg and Pentagon Papers vaguely rang a bell in my memory, but that was it. I knew virtually nothing of the details. Sheinkin enlightened me, shocked me, and challenged my assumptions with this book. What more could you ask?

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    This is my first Amazon book review, but I felt compelled to write one for this book. Steve Sheinkin has done a amazing job of synthesizing a large amount of information, often with contradictory perspectives, and his book is both historically accurate and an exciting read. I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of their age, who wants to understand the history of the Pentagon Papers. As a matter of full-disclosure, I am not exactly unbiased. Daniel Ellsberg is my father and I lived through the happenings described by the book (I was 10 years old when my brother Robert and I helped Dad copy the Pentagon Papers and was 14 by the end of the trial.) I am used to finding annoying and sloppy mistakes in nearly every acc I've ever read of this period, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the even-handedness and meticulous accuracy of the book.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    Well written and astonishing information. I was a high school student when most of this items took place. I guess I expected moretruth sharing than occurred.. It was disappointing to realize that that horrible battle was allowed to continue to save face for the ter I began my career as a nurse I encountered the horrible method our society behaved toward the veterans who fought and died for this.I obtain sick when I see the countless young men sacrificed for political gain in a battle we could not win.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    I have enjoyed all of Sheinkin's books, but this was an impressive feat. He managed to create a very complicated series of happenings not only simple to follow, but compelling. I couldn't place it down until I finished at 2 am. Although I can remember living through most of that history, Sheinkin place happenings into a larger perspective and clarified my understanding. The misdeeds of a lot of people are evident in this history, but without demonizing anyone. Each historical figure is three dimensional, amazing and poor both apparent. I highly recommend it. It is most suitable for middle and high school students, but adults will search it informative and well-written, with an extensive bibliography. Obtain it. Read it. Share it. Our young need to learn the lessons of the past in to with the future, and Sheinkin' s entertaining and thought-provoking works are excellent for that.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    When Steve Sheinkin writes a book, it. Don't wait for reviews. Just it. With every fresh release my esteem for Sheinkin's meticulous research and unfailing ability to relate the heart of a matter and the info in a fascinating narrative that reads like the finest fiction. I am well-educated and read widely, but most of the info in this work was fresh to me. I was in junior high when Johnson escalated the battle in Vietnam. The names Daniel Ellsberg and Pentagon Papers vaguely rang a bell in my memory, but that was it. I knew virtually nothing of the details. Sheinkin enlightened me, shocked me, and challenged my assumptions with this book. What more could you ask?

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    Were it not true, this story could read like a comedy. One gets the sense that Daniel Ellsberg's interaction with Vietnam is almost a Forest Gump-like experience. He pops up everywhere, on all sides, for a dozens of reasons, all of which culminate in his understanding of how wrong our nation had gone for decades...and the ultimate release of the Pentagon e writing and pacing of this book is superb: just enough detail is provided to tell the story, but it does not obtain mired down in minutia. Instead, we advance to the next scene of the story from the perspective of a transnational interloper who just by happenstance is the person most poised to understand the real nature of our nation's interaction with is book is an simple read covering a complex series of issues: war, secrecy, bureaucracy, politics, Watergate, journalism, and presidencies. It does so with such ease that I will without equivocation recommend it to my students.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    When Steve Sheinkin writes a book, it. Don't wait for reviews. Just it. With every fresh release my esteem for Sheinkin's meticulous research and unfailing ability to relate the heart of a matter and the info in a fascinating narrative that reads like the finest fiction. I am well-educated and read widely, but most of the info in this work was fresh to me. I was in junior high when Johnson escalated the battle in Vietnam. The names Daniel Ellsberg and Pentagon Papers vaguely rang a bell in my memory, but that was it. I knew virtually nothing of the details. Sheinkin enlightened me, shocked me, and challenged my assumptions with this book. What more could you ask?

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    Were it not true, this story could read like a comedy. One gets the sense that Daniel Ellsberg's interaction with Vietnam is almost a Forest Gump-like experience. He pops up everywhere, on all sides, for a dozens of reasons, all of which culminate in his understanding of how wrong our nation had gone for decades...and the ultimate release of the Pentagon e writing and pacing of this book is superb: just enough detail is provided to tell the story, but it does not obtain mired down in minutia. Instead, we advance to the next scene of the story from the perspective of a transnational interloper who just by happenstance is the person most poised to understand the real nature of our nation's interaction with is book is an simple read covering a complex series of issues: war, secrecy, bureaucracy, politics, Watergate, journalism, and presidencies. It does so with such ease that I will without equivocation recommend it to my students.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    Daniel Ellsberg is the true deal. Informed by his experiences in the Marines, in Vietnam, and in Government, and driven by conscience, the once consummate cold fighter becomes perhaps the most courageous and effective activist in the struggle to bring US actions during the Vietnam Battle into real focus and to an end. As a Veteran of two tours in Vietnam, I absolutely loved this book.Dave Calkins, Master Sergeant,US Army, Retired

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    A mate highly recommended this book so I bought it and read it. To me, it was one of the more self-serving books on someone I've read and I read a lot. To create Daniel Ellsberg out to be this angel of a guy willing to die on his sword is a bit much for me. I found parts of it untrue like him serving with the Marines in the Mekong Delta where Marines were never fighting in the entire war. Ellsberg planned his betrayal from the beginning.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    I was a little kid when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon papers so I really didn't know anything about it. My father is a Vietnam vet who served bravely. It makes me so angry to read about all the lies that perpetuated that war. It took my dad away for a year of our lives, and took a lot of away forever, and for what!? Politics!This is well written and still relevant today in light of what Edward Snowden did. Definitely well worth reading.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    Not knowing much about this time or the political environment, I bound this book riveting and very informative. This author has a method of explaining confusing times and politics clearly. Thoroughly engaging and well written.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    Readable, brisk, somewhat superficial. A amazing book to read if you don't know much about Vietnam, though not in the same league as The Best and the Brightest or The Embers of War.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    Well written and astonishing information. I was a high school student when most of this items took place. I guess I expected moretruth sharing than occurred.. It was disappointing to realize that that horrible battle was allowed to continue to save face for the ter I began my career as a nurse I encountered the horrible method our society behaved toward the veterans who fought and died for this.I obtain sick when I see the countless young men sacrificed for political gain in a battle we could not win.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    I was a little kid when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon papers so I really didn't know anything about it. My father is a Vietnam vet who served bravely. It makes me so angry to read about all the lies that perpetuated that war. It took my dad away for a year of our lives, and took a lot of away forever, and for what!? Politics!This is well written and still relevant today in light of what Edward Snowden did. Definitely well worth reading.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    A mate highly recommended this book so I bought it and read it. To me, it was one of the more self-serving books on someone I've read and I read a lot. To create Daniel Ellsberg out to be this angel of a guy willing to die on his sword is a bit much for me. I found parts of it untrue like him serving with the Marines in the Mekong Delta where Marines were never fighting in the entire war. Ellsberg planned his betrayal from the beginning.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    When Steve Sheinkin writes a book, it. Don't wait for reviews. Just it. With every fresh release my esteem for Sheinkin's meticulous research and unfailing ability to relate the heart of a matter and the info in a fascinating narrative that reads like the finest fiction. I am well-educated and read widely, but most of the info in this work was fresh to me. I was in junior high when Johnson escalated the battle in Vietnam. The names Daniel Ellsberg and Pentagon Papers vaguely rang a bell in my memory, but that was it. I knew virtually nothing of the details. Sheinkin enlightened me, shocked me, and challenged my assumptions with this book. What more could you ask?

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    This is my first Amazon book review, but I felt compelled to write one for this book. Steve Sheinkin has done a amazing job of synthesizing a large amount of information, often with contradictory perspectives, and his book is both historically accurate and an exciting read. I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of their age, who wants to understand the history of the Pentagon Papers. As a matter of full-disclosure, I am not exactly unbiased. Daniel Ellsberg is my father and I lived through the happenings described by the book (I was 10 years old when my brother Robert and I helped Dad copy the Pentagon Papers and was 14 by the end of the trial.) I am used to finding annoying and sloppy mistakes in nearly every acc I've ever read of this period, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the even-handedness and meticulous accuracy of the book.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    Well written and astonishing information. I was a high school student when most of this items took place. I guess I expected moretruth sharing than occurred.. It was disappointing to realize that that horrible battle was allowed to continue to save face for the ter I began my career as a nurse I encountered the horrible method our society behaved toward the veterans who fought and died for this.I obtain sick when I see the countless young men sacrificed for political gain in a battle we could not win.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    Were it not true, this story could read like a comedy. One gets the sense that Daniel Ellsberg's interaction with Vietnam is almost a Forest Gump-like experience. He pops up everywhere, on all sides, for a dozens of reasons, all of which culminate in his understanding of how wrong our nation had gone for decades...and the ultimate release of the Pentagon e writing and pacing of this book is superb: just enough detail is provided to tell the story, but it does not obtain mired down in minutia. Instead, we advance to the next scene of the story from the perspective of a transnational interloper who just by happenstance is the person most poised to understand the real nature of our nation's interaction with is book is an simple read covering a complex series of issues: war, secrecy, bureaucracy, politics, Watergate, journalism, and presidencies. It does so with such ease that I will without equivocation recommend it to my students.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    Daniel Ellsberg is the true deal. Informed by his experiences in the Marines, in Vietnam, and in Government, and driven by conscience, the once consummate cold fighter becomes perhaps the most courageous and effective activist in the struggle to bring US actions during the Vietnam Battle into real focus and to an end. As a Veteran of two tours in Vietnam, I absolutely loved this book.Dave Calkins, Master Sergeant,US Army, Retired

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    Were it not true, this story could read like a comedy. One gets the sense that Daniel Ellsberg's interaction with Vietnam is almost a Forest Gump-like experience. He pops up everywhere, on all sides, for a dozens of reasons, all of which culminate in his understanding of how wrong our nation had gone for decades...and the ultimate release of the Pentagon e writing and pacing of this book is superb: just enough detail is provided to tell the story, but it does not obtain mired down in minutia. Instead, we advance to the next scene of the story from the perspective of a transnational interloper who just by happenstance is the person most poised to understand the real nature of our nation's interaction with is book is an simple read covering a complex series of issues: war, secrecy, bureaucracy, politics, Watergate, journalism, and presidencies. It does so with such ease that I will without equivocation recommend it to my students.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    I was a little kid when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon papers so I really didn't know anything about it. My father is a Vietnam vet who served bravely. It makes me so angry to read about all the lies that perpetuated that war. It took my dad away for a year of our lives, and took a lot of away forever, and for what!? Politics!This is well written and still relevant today in light of what Edward Snowden did. Definitely well worth reading.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    A mate highly recommended this book so I bought it and read it. To me, it was one of the more self-serving books on someone I've read and I read a lot. To create Daniel Ellsberg out to be this angel of a guy willing to die on his sword is a bit much for me. I found parts of it untrue like him serving with the Marines in the Mekong Delta where Marines were never fighting in the entire war. Ellsberg planned his betrayal from the beginning.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    This is my first Amazon book review, but I felt compelled to write one for this book. Steve Sheinkin has done a amazing job of synthesizing a large amount of information, often with contradictory perspectives, and his book is both historically accurate and an exciting read. I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of their age, who wants to understand the history of the Pentagon Papers. As a matter of full-disclosure, I am not exactly unbiased. Daniel Ellsberg is my father and I lived through the happenings described by the book (I was 10 years old when my brother Robert and I helped Dad copy the Pentagon Papers and was 14 by the end of the trial.) I am used to finding annoying and sloppy mistakes in nearly every acc I've ever read of this period, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the even-handedness and meticulous accuracy of the book.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    Were it not true, this story could read like a comedy. One gets the sense that Daniel Ellsberg's interaction with Vietnam is almost a Forest Gump-like experience. He pops up everywhere, on all sides, for a dozens of reasons, all of which culminate in his understanding of how wrong our nation had gone for decades...and the ultimate release of the Pentagon e writing and pacing of this book is superb: just enough detail is provided to tell the story, but it does not obtain mired down in minutia. Instead, we advance to the next scene of the story from the perspective of a transnational interloper who just by happenstance is the person most poised to understand the real nature of our nation's interaction with is book is an simple read covering a complex series of issues: war, secrecy, bureaucracy, politics, Watergate, journalism, and presidencies. It does so with such ease that I will without equivocation recommend it to my students.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    Daniel Ellsberg is the true deal. Informed by his experiences in the Marines, in Vietnam, and in Government, and driven by conscience, the once consummate cold fighter becomes perhaps the most courageous and effective activist in the struggle to bring US actions during the Vietnam Battle into real focus and to an end. As a Veteran of two tours in Vietnam, I absolutely loved this book.Dave Calkins, Master Sergeant,US Army, Retired

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    I have enjoyed all of Sheinkin's books, but this was an impressive feat. He managed to create a very complicated series of happenings not only simple to follow, but compelling. I couldn't place it down until I finished at 2 am. Although I can remember living through most of that history, Sheinkin place happenings into a larger perspective and clarified my understanding. The misdeeds of a lot of people are evident in this history, but without demonizing anyone. Each historical figure is three dimensional, amazing and poor both apparent. I highly recommend it. It is most suitable for middle and high school students, but adults will search it informative and well-written, with an extensive bibliography. Obtain it. Read it. Share it. Our young need to learn the lessons of the past in to with the future, and Sheinkin' s entertaining and thought-provoking works are excellent for that.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    I have enjoyed all of Sheinkin's books, but this was an impressive feat. He managed to create a very complicated series of happenings not only simple to follow, but compelling. I couldn't place it down until I finished at 2 am. Although I can remember living through most of that history, Sheinkin place happenings into a larger perspective and clarified my understanding. The misdeeds of a lot of people are evident in this history, but without demonizing anyone. Each historical figure is three dimensional, amazing and poor both apparent. I highly recommend it. It is most suitable for middle and high school students, but adults will search it informative and well-written, with an extensive bibliography. Obtain it. Read it. Share it. Our young need to learn the lessons of the past in to with the future, and Sheinkin' s entertaining and thought-provoking works are excellent for that.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    This is my first Amazon book review, but I felt compelled to write one for this book. Steve Sheinkin has done a amazing job of synthesizing a large amount of information, often with contradictory perspectives, and his book is both historically accurate and an exciting read. I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of their age, who wants to understand the history of the Pentagon Papers. As a matter of full-disclosure, I am not exactly unbiased. Daniel Ellsberg is my father and I lived through the happenings described by the book (I was 10 years old when my brother Robert and I helped Dad copy the Pentagon Papers and was 14 by the end of the trial.) I am used to finding annoying and sloppy mistakes in nearly every acc I've ever read of this period, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the even-handedness and meticulous accuracy of the book.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    The deception, lies and deceitfulness expressed by our President, military leaders and high level senior officials will literally bring your confidence in our political system to its lowest ebb. These are not innuendos, nor spurious opinions. The facts are borne out by 1000's of pages of official documentation and reports from folks actually on the ground observing the chaos of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon Papers tell was admitted early on that not only was this a battle that couldn't be won, but it was a battle that the native people of Vietnam didn't want. They didn't care whether they were north or south, they simply wanted the fighting to stop and create things the method they were. The early South Vietnamese government officials were as corrupt as a sidewinder snake in the Mohave tDessert. There was more American currency being floated in the south than could be spend in a lifetime. Why place a stop to the gravy train?Well the respond is easy. If our government was willing to sacrifice another American life in a battle they could never win, then the President, Chief Of Staff and every congressional member should be placed as point personnel and allow them war the amazing fight. Let's see how they would feel after a day of combat on the point. Chances are they wouldn't be feeling a thing since they would have been shot the first 10 mins of the combat.Absolutely disgusting for all reasons and intent and purposes. Read the Pentagon Papers. Talk to veterans and obtain their take on our efforts and the reasons for such. Ask me, I was one of the soldiers thrown into the Vietnam War. There was no amazing reason for being over there then and there is no amazing reason for being anywhere now in a battle we can never win. Read on and then decide for yourself. As John dams was quoted, "facts are stubborn things."

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    Very interesting and disturbing how the government can do things.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    This is my first Amazon book review, but I felt compelled to write one for this book. Steve Sheinkin has done a amazing job of synthesizing a large amount of information, often with contradictory perspectives, and his book is both historically accurate and an exciting read. I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of their age, who wants to understand the history of the Pentagon Papers. As a matter of full-disclosure, I am not exactly unbiased. Daniel Ellsberg is my father and I lived through the happenings described by the book (I was 10 years old when my brother Robert and I helped Dad copy the Pentagon Papers and was 14 by the end of the trial.) I am used to finding annoying and sloppy mistakes in nearly every acc I've ever read of this period, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the even-handedness and meticulous accuracy of the book.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    I got this for my students but it's been very helpful to myself as well and is very up to date. Honestly, it's probably best that my education never got around to covering Vietnam since so much has been propaganda. We now know what really happened and if you care to search out you can read this book, then read all the references it cites that you search of interest.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    I was a little kid when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon papers so I really didn't know anything about it. My father is a Vietnam vet who served bravely. It makes me so angry to read about all the lies that perpetuated that war. It took my dad away for a year of our lives, and took a lot of away forever, and for what!? Politics!This is well written and still relevant today in light of what Edward Snowden did. Definitely well worth reading.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    A mate highly recommended this book so I bought it and read it. To me, it was one of the more self-serving books on someone I've read and I read a lot. To create Daniel Ellsberg out to be this angel of a guy willing to die on his sword is a bit much for me. I found parts of it untrue like him serving with the Marines in the Mekong Delta where Marines were never fighting in the entire war. Ellsberg planned his betrayal from the beginning.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    The deception, lies and deceitfulness expressed by our President, military leaders and high level senior officials will literally bring your confidence in our political system to its lowest ebb. These are not innuendos, nor spurious opinions. The facts are borne out by 1000's of pages of official documentation and reports from folks actually on the ground observing the chaos of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon Papers tell was admitted early on that not only was this a battle that couldn't be won, but it was a battle that the native people of Vietnam didn't want. They didn't care whether they were north or south, they simply wanted the fighting to stop and create things the method they were. The early South Vietnamese government officials were as corrupt as a sidewinder snake in the Mohave tDessert. There was more American currency being floated in the south than could be spend in a lifetime. Why place a stop to the gravy train?Well the respond is easy. If our government was willing to sacrifice another American life in a battle they could never win, then the President, Chief Of Staff and every congressional member should be placed as point personnel and allow them war the amazing fight. Let's see how they would feel after a day of combat on the point. Chances are they wouldn't be feeling a thing since they would have been shot the first 10 mins of the combat.Absolutely disgusting for all reasons and intent and purposes. Read the Pentagon Papers. Talk to veterans and obtain their take on our efforts and the reasons for such. Ask me, I was one of the soldiers thrown into the Vietnam War. There was no amazing reason for being over there then and there is no amazing reason for being anywhere now in a battle we can never win. Read on and then decide for yourself. As John dams was quoted, "facts are stubborn things."

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    I got this for my students but it's been very helpful to myself as well and is very up to date. Honestly, it's probably best that my education never got around to covering Vietnam since so much has been propaganda. We now know what really happened and if you care to search out you can read this book, then read all the references it cites that you search of interest.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    Daniel Ellsberg is the true deal. Informed by his experiences in the Marines, in Vietnam, and in Government, and driven by conscience, the once consummate cold fighter becomes perhaps the most courageous and effective activist in the struggle to bring US actions during the Vietnam Battle into real focus and to an end. As a Veteran of two tours in Vietnam, I absolutely loved this book.Dave Calkins, Master Sergeant,US Army, Retired

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    I have enjoyed all of Sheinkin's books, but this was an impressive feat. He managed to create a very complicated series of happenings not only simple to follow, but compelling. I couldn't place it down until I finished at 2 am. Although I can remember living through most of that history, Sheinkin place happenings into a larger perspective and clarified my understanding. The misdeeds of a lot of people are evident in this history, but without demonizing anyone. Each historical figure is three dimensional, amazing and poor both apparent. I highly recommend it. It is most suitable for middle and high school students, but adults will search it informative and well-written, with an extensive bibliography. Obtain it. Read it. Share it. Our young need to learn the lessons of the past in to with the future, and Sheinkin' s entertaining and thought-provoking works are excellent for that.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    Daniel Ellsberg is the true deal. Informed by his experiences in the Marines, in Vietnam, and in Government, and driven by conscience, the once consummate cold fighter becomes perhaps the most courageous and effective activist in the struggle to bring US actions during the Vietnam Battle into real focus and to an end. As a Veteran of two tours in Vietnam, I absolutely loved this book.Dave Calkins, Master Sergeant,US Army, Retired

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    When Steve Sheinkin writes a book, it. Don't wait for reviews. Just it. With every fresh release my esteem for Sheinkin's meticulous research and unfailing ability to relate the heart of a matter and the info in a fascinating narrative that reads like the finest fiction. I am well-educated and read widely, but most of the info in this work was fresh to me. I was in junior high when Johnson escalated the battle in Vietnam. The names Daniel Ellsberg and Pentagon Papers vaguely rang a bell in my memory, but that was it. I knew virtually nothing of the details. Sheinkin enlightened me, shocked me, and challenged my assumptions with this book. What more could you ask?

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    The deception, lies and deceitfulness expressed by our President, military leaders and high level senior officials will literally bring your confidence in our political system to its lowest ebb. These are not innuendos, nor spurious opinions. The facts are borne out by 1000's of pages of official documentation and reports from folks actually on the ground observing the chaos of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon Papers tell was admitted early on that not only was this a battle that couldn't be won, but it was a battle that the native people of Vietnam didn't want. They didn't care whether they were north or south, they simply wanted the fighting to stop and create things the method they were. The early South Vietnamese government officials were as corrupt as a sidewinder snake in the Mohave tDessert. There was more American currency being floated in the south than could be spend in a lifetime. Why place a stop to the gravy train?Well the respond is easy. If our government was willing to sacrifice another American life in a battle they could never win, then the President, Chief Of Staff and every congressional member should be placed as point personnel and allow them war the amazing fight. Let's see how they would feel after a day of combat on the point. Chances are they wouldn't be feeling a thing since they would have been shot the first 10 mins of the combat.Absolutely disgusting for all reasons and intent and purposes. Read the Pentagon Papers. Talk to veterans and obtain their take on our efforts and the reasons for such. Ask me, I was one of the soldiers thrown into the Vietnam War. There was no amazing reason for being over there then and there is no amazing reason for being anywhere now in a battle we can never win. Read on and then decide for yourself. As John dams was quoted, "facts are stubborn things."

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    I got this for my students but it's been very helpful to myself as well and is very up to date. Honestly, it's probably best that my education never got around to covering Vietnam since so much has been propaganda. We now know what really happened and if you care to search out you can read this book, then read all the references it cites that you search of interest.

    0  


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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    I have enjoyed all of Sheinkin's books, but this was an impressive feat. He managed to create a very complicated series of happenings not only simple to follow, but compelling. I couldn't place it down until I finished at 2 am. Although I can remember living through most of that history, Sheinkin place happenings into a larger perspective and clarified my understanding. The misdeeds of a lot of people are evident in this history, but without demonizing anyone. Each historical figure is three dimensional, amazing and poor both apparent. I highly recommend it. It is most suitable for middle and high school students, but adults will search it informative and well-written, with an extensive bibliography. Obtain it. Read it. Share it. Our young need to learn the lessons of the past in to with the future, and Sheinkin' s entertaining and thought-provoking works are excellent for that.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    Well written and astonishing information. I was a high school student when most of this items took place. I guess I expected moretruth sharing than occurred.. It was disappointing to realize that that horrible battle was allowed to continue to save face for the ter I began my career as a nurse I encountered the horrible method our society behaved toward the veterans who fought and died for this.I obtain sick when I see the countless young men sacrificed for political gain in a battle we could not win.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    Daniel Ellsberg is the true deal. Informed by his experiences in the Marines, in Vietnam, and in Government, and driven by conscience, the once consummate cold fighter becomes perhaps the most courageous and effective activist in the struggle to bring US actions during the Vietnam Battle into real focus and to an end. As a Veteran of two tours in Vietnam, I absolutely loved this book.Dave Calkins, Master Sergeant,US Army, Retired

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    This is my first Amazon book review, but I felt compelled to write one for this book. Steve Sheinkin has done a amazing job of synthesizing a large amount of information, often with contradictory perspectives, and his book is both historically accurate and an exciting read. I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of their age, who wants to understand the history of the Pentagon Papers. As a matter of full-disclosure, I am not exactly unbiased. Daniel Ellsberg is my father and I lived through the happenings described by the book (I was 10 years old when my brother Robert and I helped Dad copy the Pentagon Papers and was 14 by the end of the trial.) I am used to finding annoying and sloppy mistakes in nearly every acc I've ever read of this period, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the even-handedness and meticulous accuracy of the book.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    Well written and astonishing information. I was a high school student when most of this items took place. I guess I expected moretruth sharing than occurred.. It was disappointing to realize that that horrible battle was allowed to continue to save face for the ter I began my career as a nurse I encountered the horrible method our society behaved toward the veterans who fought and died for this.I obtain sick when I see the countless young men sacrificed for political gain in a battle we could not win.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) [Book]  2018-2-18 18:1

    If you ever wanted to know the beginnings of the watergate scandal that toppled the Nixon presidency, look. No. Further than daniel Ellsberg. The book is an perfect accounting of the risks he and others took to leak what has become known as the pentagon papers

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    The deception, lies and deceitfulness expressed by our President, military leaders and high level senior officials will literally bring your confidence in our political system to its lowest ebb. These are not innuendos, nor spurious opinions. The facts are borne out by 1000's of pages of official documentation and reports from folks actually on the ground observing the chaos of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon Papers tell was admitted early on that not only was this a battle that couldn't be won, but it was a battle that the native people of Vietnam didn't want. They didn't care whether they were north or south, they simply wanted the fighting to stop and create things the method they were. The early South Vietnamese government officials were as corrupt as a sidewinder snake in the Mohave tDessert. There was more American currency being floated in the south than could be spend in a lifetime. Why place a stop to the gravy train?Well the respond is easy. If our government was willing to sacrifice another American life in a battle they could never win, then the President, Chief Of Staff and every congressional member should be placed as point personnel and allow them war the amazing fight. Let's see how they would feel after a day of combat on the point. Chances are they wouldn't be feeling a thing since they would have been shot the first 10 mins of the combat.Absolutely disgusting for all reasons and intent and purposes. Read the Pentagon Papers. Talk to veterans and obtain their take on our efforts and the reasons for such. Ask me, I was one of the soldiers thrown into the Vietnam War. There was no amazing reason for being over there then and there is no amazing reason for being anywhere now in a battle we can never win. Read on and then decide for yourself. As John dams was quoted, "facts are stubborn things."

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-9-24 19:58

    Daniel Ellsberg is the true deal. Informed by his experiences in the Marines, in Vietnam, and in Government, and driven by conscience, the once consummate cold fighter becomes perhaps the most courageous and effective activist in the struggle to bring US actions during the Vietnam Battle into real focus and to an end. As a Veteran of two tours in Vietnam, I absolutely loved this book.Dave Calkins, Master Sergeant,US Army, Retired

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    Were it not true, this story could read like a comedy. One gets the sense that Daniel Ellsberg's interaction with Vietnam is almost a Forest Gump-like experience. He pops up everywhere, on all sides, for a dozens of reasons, all of which culminate in his understanding of how wrong our nation had gone for decades...and the ultimate release of the Pentagon e writing and pacing of this book is superb: just enough detail is provided to tell the story, but it does not obtain mired down in minutia. Instead, we advance to the next scene of the story from the perspective of a transnational interloper who just by happenstance is the person most poised to understand the real nature of our nation's interaction with is book is an simple read covering a complex series of issues: war, secrecy, bureaucracy, politics, Watergate, journalism, and presidencies. It does so with such ease that I will without equivocation recommend it to my students.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-8 18:47

    A mate highly recommended this book so I bought it and read it. To me, it was one of the more self-serving books on someone I've read and I read a lot. To create Daniel Ellsberg out to be this angel of a guy willing to die on his sword is a bit much for me. I found parts of it untrue like him serving with the Marines in the Mekong Delta where Marines were never fighting in the entire war. Ellsberg planned his betrayal from the beginning.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    I have enjoyed all of Sheinkin's books, but this was an impressive feat. He managed to create a very complicated series of happenings not only simple to follow, but compelling. I couldn't place it down until I finished at 2 am. Although I can remember living through most of that history, Sheinkin place happenings into a larger perspective and clarified my understanding. The misdeeds of a lot of people are evident in this history, but without demonizing anyone. Each historical figure is three dimensional, amazing and poor both apparent. I highly recommend it. It is most suitable for middle and high school students, but adults will search it informative and well-written, with an extensive bibliography. Obtain it. Read it. Share it. Our young need to learn the lessons of the past in to with the future, and Sheinkin' s entertaining and thought-provoking works are excellent for that.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-21 18:33

    When Steve Sheinkin writes a book, it. Don't wait for reviews. Just it. With every fresh release my esteem for Sheinkin's meticulous research and unfailing ability to relate the heart of a matter and the info in a fascinating narrative that reads like the finest fiction. I am well-educated and read widely, but most of the info in this work was fresh to me. I was in junior high when Johnson escalated the battle in Vietnam. The names Daniel Ellsberg and Pentagon Papers vaguely rang a bell in my memory, but that was it. I knew virtually nothing of the details. Sheinkin enlightened me, shocked me, and challenged my assumptions with this book. What more could you ask?

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-10-23 18:41

    Well written and astonishing information. I was a high school student when most of this items took place. I guess I expected moretruth sharing than occurred.. It was disappointing to realize that that horrible battle was allowed to continue to save face for the ter I began my career as a nurse I encountered the horrible method our society behaved toward the veterans who fought and died for this.I obtain sick when I see the countless young men sacrificed for political gain in a battle we could not win.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-17 18:59

    Well written and astonishing information. I was a high school student when most of this items took place. I guess I expected moretruth sharing than occurred.. It was disappointing to realize that that horrible battle was allowed to continue to save face for the ter I began my career as a nurse I encountered the horrible method our society behaved toward the veterans who fought and died for this.I obtain sick when I see the countless young men sacrificed for political gain in a battle we could not win.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    This is my first Amazon book review, but I felt compelled to write one for this book. Steve Sheinkin has done a amazing job of synthesizing a large amount of information, often with contradictory perspectives, and his book is both historically accurate and an exciting read. I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of their age, who wants to understand the history of the Pentagon Papers. As a matter of full-disclosure, I am not exactly unbiased. Daniel Ellsberg is my father and I lived through the happenings described by the book (I was 10 years old when my brother Robert and I helped Dad copy the Pentagon Papers and was 14 by the end of the trial.) I am used to finding annoying and sloppy mistakes in nearly every acc I've ever read of this period, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the even-handedness and meticulous accuracy of the book.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-11-25 21:41

    Well written and astonishing information. I was a high school student when most of this items took place. I guess I expected moretruth sharing than occurred.. It was disappointing to realize that that horrible battle was allowed to continue to save face for the ter I began my career as a nurse I encountered the horrible method our society behaved toward the veterans who fought and died for this.I obtain sick when I see the countless young men sacrificed for political gain in a battle we could not win.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    This is my first Amazon book review, but I felt compelled to write one for this book. Steve Sheinkin has done a amazing job of synthesizing a large amount of information, often with contradictory perspectives, and his book is both historically accurate and an exciting read. I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of their age, who wants to understand the history of the Pentagon Papers. As a matter of full-disclosure, I am not exactly unbiased. Daniel Ellsberg is my father and I lived through the happenings described by the book (I was 10 years old when my brother Robert and I helped Dad copy the Pentagon Papers and was 14 by the end of the trial.) I am used to finding annoying and sloppy mistakes in nearly every acc I've ever read of this period, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the even-handedness and meticulous accuracy of the book.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    The deception, lies and deceitfulness expressed by our President, military leaders and high level senior officials will literally bring your confidence in our political system to its lowest ebb. These are not innuendos, nor spurious opinions. The facts are borne out by 1000's of pages of official documentation and reports from folks actually on the ground observing the chaos of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon Papers tell was admitted early on that not only was this a battle that couldn't be won, but it was a battle that the native people of Vietnam didn't want. They didn't care whether they were north or south, they simply wanted the fighting to stop and create things the method they were. The early South Vietnamese government officials were as corrupt as a sidewinder snake in the Mohave tDessert. There was more American currency being floated in the south than could be spend in a lifetime. Why place a stop to the gravy train?Well the respond is easy. If our government was willing to sacrifice another American life in a battle they could never win, then the President, Chief Of Staff and every congressional member should be placed as point personnel and allow them war the amazing fight. Let's see how they would feel after a day of combat on the point. Chances are they wouldn't be feeling a thing since they would have been shot the first 10 mins of the combat.Absolutely disgusting for all reasons and intent and purposes. Read the Pentagon Papers. Talk to veterans and obtain their take on our efforts and the reasons for such. Ask me, I was one of the soldiers thrown into the Vietnam War. There was no amazing reason for being over there then and there is no amazing reason for being anywhere now in a battle we can never win. Read on and then decide for yourself. As John dams was quoted, "facts are stubborn things."

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    I got this for my students but it's been very helpful to myself as well and is very up to date. Honestly, it's probably best that my education never got around to covering Vietnam since so much has been propaganda. We now know what really happened and if you care to search out you can read this book, then read all the references it cites that you search of interest.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2020-12-20 20:47

    A mate highly recommended this book so I bought it and read it. To me, it was one of the more self-serving books on someone I've read and I read a lot. To create Daniel Ellsberg out to be this angel of a guy willing to die on his sword is a bit much for me. I found parts of it untrue like him serving with the Marines in the Mekong Delta where Marines were never fighting in the entire war. Ellsberg planned his betrayal from the beginning.

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    The deception, lies and deceitfulness expressed by our President, military leaders and high level senior officials will literally bring your confidence in our political system to its lowest ebb. These are not innuendos, nor spurious opinions. The facts are borne out by 1000's of pages of official documentation and reports from folks actually on the ground observing the chaos of the Vietnam War. The Pentagon Papers tell was admitted early on that not only was this a battle that couldn't be won, but it was a battle that the native people of Vietnam didn't want. They didn't care whether they were north or south, they simply wanted the fighting to stop and create things the method they were. The early South Vietnamese government officials were as corrupt as a sidewinder snake in the Mohave tDessert. There was more American currency being floated in the south than could be spend in a lifetime. Why place a stop to the gravy train?Well the respond is easy. If our government was willing to sacrifice another American life in a battle they could never win, then the President, Chief Of Staff and every congressional member should be placed as point personnel and allow them war the amazing fight. Let's see how they would feel after a day of combat on the point. Chances are they wouldn't be feeling a thing since they would have been shot the first 10 mins of the combat.Absolutely disgusting for all reasons and intent and purposes. Read the Pentagon Papers. Talk to veterans and obtain their take on our efforts and the reasons for such. Ask me, I was one of the soldiers thrown into the Vietnam War. There was no amazing reason for being over there then and there is no amazing reason for being anywhere now in a battle we can never win. Read on and then decide for yourself. As John dams was quoted, "facts are stubborn things."

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    Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) []  2021-1-7 19:12

    I got this for my students but it's been very helpful to myself as well and is very up to date. Honestly, it's probably best that my education never got around to covering Vietnam since so much has been propaganda. We now know what really happened and if you care to search out you can read this book, then read all the references it cites that you search of interest.

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    Daniel Loves You (Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood) []  2020-1-29 17:35

    My son loves this book! Adorable!

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